The 5 second indication came up before you'd hit 60 on the dial, and it was another second before you hit 65 on the dial (which is about 60mph road speed).This is my 0-60 vid.
Thats ~5.1 seconds
I ended up doing the 1/4 mile in [email protected], but I couldnt launch well at the track. Im going back and shooting for mid 13s and a 105 trap in the spring
Er...because we use miles over here not that continental killermeters.Question for the UK guys...how come you're using MPH for your speed timing and not KPH? :confused2
...a curious yank :United_States:
meh, no biggie. My gearing an speedometer is dead on however, I know this because I was pulled over twice for going 75mph (I really was going 75) and not only that, but the speed calculator from gearing and tire size is also dead on as I hit the rev limiter.The 5 second indication came up before you'd hit 60 on the dial, and it was another second before you hit 65 on the dial (which is about 60mph road speed).
Mainland Europe - in the UK and Ireland our cars read in MPH...so your telling me that speedometers and odometers in the UK register miles and not killermeters? still confused...:confused2 What countries register kilometers?
We are paying around £1.04 for a litre at the moment.fuel by the standard gallon:usa:.
Paid $3.08/gallon for premium yesterday. (that would be 4 quarts)